The following spoiler is the WTT result projections after the Ladies LP. Although nothing is guaranteed, don't look if you prefer to remain blissfully unaware...
Projected WTT ranking from previous post after the Pairs LP...
Assuming everyone performs at their seasons best (as per the ISU seasons best list), the projected WTT Ladies final scores could be...
JPN 59.39 + 134.37 = 193.76 - Mao ASADA
RUS 67.13 + 126.38 = 193.51 - Adelina SOTNIKOVA
JPN 66.56 + 126.62 = 193.18 - Akiko SUZUKI
USA 59.77 + 127.76 = 187.53 - Ashley WAGNER
USA 60.98 + 125.40 = 186.38 - Gracie GOLD
RUS 49.94 + 131.67 = 181.61 - Elizaveta TUKTAMYSHEVA
CHN 53.16 + 127.54 = 180.70 - Zijun LI
CAN 55.18 + 115.89 = 171.07 - Kaetlyn OSMOND
FRA 58.51 + 108.13 = 166.64 - Mae Berenice MEITE
CAN 48.82 + 98.69 = 147.51 - Gabrielle DALEMAN
CHN 54.97 + 90.78 = 145.75 - Kexin ZHANG
FRA 49.41 + 90.42 = 139.83 - Lenaelle GILLERON-GORRY
Resulting WTT final ranking would become...
54 USA (gold)
As can be seen, significant shifting of rank positions may occur after the Ladies event due to the nature of the WTT. Although many people had thought Canada had the strongest overall team, the WTT competition tends to favour the Singles disciplines over the Pairs and Ice Dance events (ie. two ladies/mens verses only one pairs/ice dance offers double the opportunity to score points). This advantage may permit Japan the chance to rise into medal positions despite not having a Pairs team. If Ashley and Gracie can remain near the top in the LP, together with the win by C/B, and the US mens and pairs maintaining a middle ground within their disciplines, the USA could take the Gold. Typically being strong in both mens and ladies events, Japan may have had a good opportunity to win (if it had not been for the breakup of Japan's only Pairs team, Takahashi/Tran).
Disclaimer: Seasons best scores are from different events with different judging panels. Also, ice is slippery.